Sulfur, regular exercise, and the practice of relaxation techniques such as yoga and Tai Chi can help to lower high blood pressure, according to the British Homeopathic Society. The organization also suggests adopting a diet low in saturated fat and salt and rich in complex carbohydrates to reduce hypertension.
Additional dietary suggestions for those with high blood pressure include eating vegetables, whole grains, legumes and fruits. Low-impact exercises, such as walking, cycling and swimming are also beneficial for increasing physical activity, according to the American Heart Association. Losing weight, limiting alcohol intake, avoiding tobacco smoke and managing stress are also recommended steps for managing and possibly preventing high blood pressure.